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Taiwan receives approximately 2 million international visitors a year but growth has been sluggish for most of the past decade. It relies heavily on Japan, which accounts for nearly half of all visitors, and is therefore very dependent on the vicissitudes of the Japanese market. Other major sources ...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1991, No. 4, pp 72-93
Abstract

As South East Asia becomes an increasingly important tourism market for outbound travel, the structure of the supply industry and the role of tour wholesalers are changing fast. However, while very strong market growth is in evidence now, and is likely to continue for the immediate future, the...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1988, No. 4, pp 57-74
Abstract

The outbound travel market from Japan is growing faster than almost any other outbound market in the world. Total numbers are still small; restrictions on outbound travel were only lifted in 1964 and less than 5% of the population travel abroad. However, numbers are growing at an annual rate of 5%. ...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, April, pp 13-23
Abstract

This paper describes the performance of the travel agency business in Asia in 1999. Strong growth is seen in China, followed by Japan, which is the largest outbound market in Asia in terms of trips. It is indicated that the Asia Pacific has grown at a much faster pace than other main regions. The...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Publisher
Travel & Tourism Intelligence, London, UK
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 2000, No. 4, pp 37-50
Abstract

The Japanese outbound travel market is investigated. It is found that the Asian economic crisis first impacted in September 1997. Numbers then declined month by month for the rest of the year and throughout 1998, when the total dropped by 6% to below 16 million. However, as the Japanese government...

Author(s)
Edmunds, M.; Bailey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1999, No. 4, pp 21-42